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[ gunshot ] ♪ >> thank you, sir. >> thank you for seeing me, mr. snyder. my name is lee oswald. and i've come to renounce my american citizenship. >> why would do you that? >> i'm a marxist. >> youp a marine, for god's sakes, marines don't defect. >> i've seen enough of democratic society, capitalistic society. my mother worked her whole life making profits for cappalists. they push you down and never appreciate who you are.
>> have a seat. how old are you? >> 20. 20 years and 13 days. >> you're young. you're confused, you're hurt, you're angry. >> this is not an emotional decision. i have studied marx. >> you don't know what life is like here. in six months you're going to regret. >> i told the soviets that i know things. i had a very high security clearance. i was a radar technician for the united states government. i am valuable. >> you'd be a traitor. >> i believe that what i'm doing is right and now the soviets will see that i'm serious. this will show them. >> mr. oswald, when something like this is done, it can't be undone. >> no one ever listens to me. nobody believes me. now i've made my decision. and i'm through. >> if you are serious, take a few days and you come back. >> a reporter, young woman, very
attractive, asked me, senator kennedy, how did you get to become a war hero? and i told her that it was completely involuntary. they sunk my boat. >> they're ready for you, jack. this was supposed to be joe. he's the oldest. father always thought it would be joe. and he was shot down, and we were all stunned. cut into the way things were supposed to go. it wasn't supposed to be, but it is. >> it was always supposed to be
you. are you ready? >> i am today announcing my candidacy for the presidency of the united states. >> the very first returns are now beginning to pour in substantially and those in just a moment. >> bobby's got lyndon on the phone for you. >> how is it going in there? >> it's close. you knew it would be. it is going to come down to illinois, texas and california. >> i'm going to need texas. >> how is he? is he jolly? >> it's lyndon.
>> hello, lyndon. >> i see we're winning in pennsylvania. but what the hell happened to you in ohio? >> well, how's it going down there? >> i'm happy to tell you, texas is going to be close but safe. >> all right. thank you, thank you very much. >> i swear to god, jack, swear to god, if that's all it takes to make you president is to make that son of a bitch lyndon johnson vice president, so be it. >> the best deal we ever made. >> in connecticut, kennedy took that state by 9:00. >> jack, look at that. you've won connecticut. you're president now. >> no. no, no. >> but look at lead you've got. >> sure, in the northeast. we need to wait for the midwest and the west. it's going to be a long night.
>> i like it better now. may i -- may i kiss you? [ speaking in russian ] ♪ >> mr. president. i'm sorry, but we got a major problem in cuba. >> the invasion of cuba has created a highly delicate and difficult situation for the united states. cuba has said that the invasion was mounted from florida and from guatemala. the united states has denied
this, so has guatemala. >> castro knew the battle plan beforehand, prepared an ambush and assigned himself a prominent role in the battle. >> right now, the rebels are pinned down here on the beach. castro himself is there. >> castro? on the beach? >> in a t-34 tank. i speak for the joint chiefs and i think cia agrees as well, it is imperative that the united states provide air support. >> well i don't want the united states involved in this. >> we are involved in this. we trained these rebels. you approved the mission. >> and you told me the plan would work. you told me those men will be met by anti-castro forces and where are they? are they there? >> mr. president, are you aware there will be significant casualties sustained? we need to act. and we need to act now. >> beaches were not prepared by air or artillery bombardment.
those who were able to move beyond the beaches were burned off when the fire force them out one by one handed to the castro forces, prisoners of wars, nukes of the united states government. >> jack? jack, what is it? jack, it's me. you can talk to me. >> it's a catastrophe. the one-hour of air support that i ordered got screwed up. the two units didn't connect because of the time differences, the incompetent son of bitches, they can't even tell time. and i don't know why i ever lived to them. >> you couldn't have known. >> the president should know. how could i be so stupid? >> jack, you are being too hard on yourself. >> but they said it. they said i was too young, too
soft on communism, and i told them i was ready. and they trusted me. >> they still do. >> there are men dying on those beaches. right now. i'm supposed to be the most powerful man in the world and i -- i'm impotent. well, i'll tell you what. this is the last time anyone is going to make a decision like that for me. >> here on the beaches around the bay of pigs, the invasion floundered and the search for scapegoats began. the issue has been sharpened further by disclosure of the president's behind the scenes role. >> the record will reflect that we at state opposed the plan as a great mistake. >> that is the meaningless bull i've ever heard. you're so anxious to cover your
asses, all you want to do is dump this on the president. you got my brother into this. only three months in office and now, thanks to you, the president of the united states is regarded as a paper tiger by the russians. >> well, there's an old saying that victory has a thousand fathers but defeat is an orphan. the responsibility is mine. i am the president. >> i didn't do nothing to you.
♪ >> you're back. like a bad penny. i told you you'd regret it. >> it's not what i thought it would be. and it's so damn cold. i don't think i can take another winter here. can you guarantee me there will be no legal proceedings against me? >> i don't see why there would be. ironically because you failed to return you never officially renounced your citizenship. >> i could bring my wife marina? >> she is a russian. she will require a visa from the russian authorities.
>> i want to bring my wife to the united states. >> you're going to love america, i promise you. [ speaking russian ] english no good. >> you're going to be fine. they'll love you there. we'll be happier there, i promise. >> you're like a bird. where you happy? >> a wife belongs with her husband and a baby with her father. [ laughter ] >> i would say that being president is a fine job. it's a fine job. i get to walk to work and the pay is nice. [ laughter ] you look so beautiful. would you tell mrs. baldridge
that we're on our way down? >> yes, mr. president. >> mr. oswald, are you a communist? >> yes, basically. although i hate the ussr, i do believe marxism can exist under different circumstances. >> why did you go to the ussr? >> marina, i'm working. go finish packing. go mind the baby then. go! >> mr. oswald, are you a communist? >> no, of course not. >> mr. oswald, have have you chosen to come back to america? >> i have lived under both systems. i have ought the answers. >> thank you, mr. oswald. you are a true patriot.
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agent: his name's oswald? john fain: lee harvey oswald. i have to wonder what he was really doing in russia and why the hell the state department let him come back. his name's oswald? >> lee harvey oswald. i have to wonder what he was really doing in russia. the state department let him come back. >> he's from here. his mother's here. i interviewed her two years ago after he left. my poor misunderstood boy and all that. >> he changed his name to oswaldovich? >> mr. oswald, i'm john fein, agent with -- >> i'm told there would be no charges brought against me. >> there are no charges. i'm just asking a few questions. >> i expected questions from reporters. there weren't any reporters. >> why did you go to russia in
first place? mr. oswald? >> it's just something i did. >> did you go to russia because you're a communist? >> i don't really want to talk about the past. i mean, i'm here now. >> are you now or have you ever been a communist? >> i've never had a card. >> when you went to russia, your mother told the state department you were some sort of secret agent. are you? >> a secret agent? >> are you involved with an intelligence agency? >> you're fbi? >> yes. >> and you don't know. ♪ ♪
>> oh, mrs. kennedy, i'm sorry. the pool is closed. >> closed? >> yes, closed, mrs. kennedy. >> i see. ♪ >> you have a woman problem. judith campbell? edgar tells me in my capacity as attorney general in as much as my capacity as your brother, i imagine, that you're having an affair with judith campbell, who is also having an affair with sam giancana, sam giancana is a mobster. jesus christ, jack, i'm investigating sam giancana for
racketeering. the press has been very good about looking the other way when it comes to -- but this is dangerous. >> right. is there anything else? >> no judith campbell. no giancana. no mob. >> mr. odd waswald? >> i've already answered all your questions. >> would you mind telling us again? just a minute. >> my wife and daughter are inside. >> we don't need to disturb them. we'll just talk here.
we learned you contacted the russian embassy in washington. you mind telling us why? >> my wife is a russian citizen. she's supposed to let the embassy know where she is. >> is that all? >> what do you mean is that all? >> did you talk to any soviet intelligence officers? >> about what? about american impeimperialism, about inequality for negroes? what? >> what i want to know is are they asking you to spy for them? is that why they let you come back? is that why they let you bring marina and your daughter, june? are you a russian spy? >> why would anyone discuss spying with me? you got bigger fish to fry? think of the state that our country is in at the moment. you come here to harass me in front of my home. look where i live. >> come on, let's go.
>> your verdict? >> i don't know. he's a jerk. insolent, arrogant. you tell me. would you choose this guy as a spy? you don't see him as a security risk. i say we close it. >> this could be your last case, john. >> oswald and i'm done. 20 and out. [ speaking russian ] >> fbi. russia has kgb. here it's fbi. what is that? where did you get the money for that? [ speaking russian ] >> i told her not to let her in this house. you just do as i say. that's it. i'm the man in this house. >> you are not a man. you are a little boy. >> they're afraid of me. they're the fbi and they're
afraid of me. >> everyone afraid of -- >> following me, persecuting me. [ speaking russian ] >> we go see people. it's good for baby. >> you don't need to go out there. you don't open that door and you don't let them in. you understand? i'm the man of this house. there won't be no peace. they're watching me. i'm watching you, too. at outback, steak and unlimited shrimp is back! just $15.99 for a limited time. try unlimited garlic herb butter, or crispy shrimp for just $15.99.
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>> hello, jack, isn't this a nice surprise? >> just wanted to hear your voice. >> jack, is something the matter? >> jackie, why don't you come back to the white house? >> yes, of course. >> at a pentagon briefing here this evening, we were shown pictures taken by a high flying u2 plane of two types of missiles, some of them already installed in cuba and pointed at the u.s. heartland. one group of missiles, with a range of 1200 miles, the other group with ranges up to 2500 miles. and there was a broad hint they do have nuclear war heads. we have faced a number of planes on the east coast and we've placed all u.s. forces around the world on an alert status. >> i say we launch a full scale
invasion. b-52s. >> start a war with russia. you really want to risk an all-out nuclear war? the a matter of days those missiles abouty operational. >> i will not be pushed. not by khrushchev, not by you. or anyone else. one thing's for certain. i won't allow nuclear missiles in our backyard. i want to see a limited military option. i want to hear something. i want options in 40 minutes. >> what's happening? >> 40 minutes before i start again. i keep thinking about khrushchev and the kremlin. he's in the same position i am. >> anti-spasmodic. >> he doesn't want to back down.
i don't want to back down. >> cortisone. >> i have to find a way for him to back down. >> and testosterone. >> and not lose face. >> you'll find a way. you'll find a way. >> what if i don't? >> men and women the world over hang on the news as it is uncertain what the future holds. all of the western hemisphere from hudson bay to lima, peru, are in the range of the missile in cuba. in these troubled times, america braces for disaster. >> please don't send me away to camp david. i just want to be with you. even if there isn't room in a bomb shelter. i just want to be on the lawn when it happens. i just want to die with you.
[ speaking russian ] >> everybody is going to like you. everybody is russian. all your nosy russian friends. >> he's nice to invite us. >> you're the one they invited, not me. i'll be good. >> there they are. lee. hurry. the president is about to start his speech. >> quiet, please. ready in five, four, three, two -- >> good evening. my fellow citizens. this government, as promised, has maintained the closest
surveillance of the soviet and military buildup on the island of cuba. within the past week unmistakable evidence has established the fact that a series of offensive missile sites is now in preparation on that imprisoned island. the purpose of these bases can be none other than to provide nuclear strike capabilities against the western hemisphere. this buildup a strict quarantine on all offensive military equipment under shipment to cuba is being enacted. >> that's illegal. >> all ships of any kind bound for cuba from whatever nation or port will be found to contain cargoes of offensive weapons be turned back. >> the soviets have every right to be there and cuba has every right to defend itself against the united states. >> but why would russia be so foolish as to provoke?
>> no, kennedy is the one who is provoking this. >> i think kennedy is doing a good job. >> on civil rights, yes. >> your cubans just as greedy and hypocritical as the russians. you fled one for another. >> the last great hope for marxism, unless kennedy industry zrois it. >> your hero fidel is an underdog. and i like underdog. this is why i like you, lee. >> kennedy has to stay out of cuba. >> or what? what will you and your underdogs do to him? lee, i'm playing with you, eh? [ speaking russian ] >> i am serious. something has to be done to protect cuba. >> cuba has to be the point of the crisis. there might be shooting among the ships at sea if invasion is undertaken, the russians have said that they would retaliate. we've said if there's rocket fire from cuba, we'll retaliate and the shooting war could start
tomorrow over cuba. >> how did khrushchev do that? >> last night he sent you a cable saying he pulled those missiles out. >> now this saying we pull ours out of turkey. >> he's already given in, now he wants to make deals? what if you just ignore this? >> he's under pressure. the kremlin won't let him back down. and i'll be god damned if i'm going to engage in a quid pro quo. you, just you, you go to the soviet ambassador and you tell him that i've accepted is khrushchev's original offer. >> just might work, jack. >> hope to god it does.
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news reporter: just yesterday we were on the brink of nuclear war with the soviet union, today we can all breath easier. di just yesterday we were on the brink of nuclear war with the soviet union. today we can all breathe easier. >> nikita khrushchev today did precisely what president kennedy has been asking him to do ever since this crisis began. he ordered the dismantling of soviet missile bases in cuba and the return of the rockets to the soviet union. >> maybe tonight's the night i should go to the theater. ♪
push that little lever down. >> this? >> yeah. hold it. you've heard of this general edwin walker? >> of course. he's the crazy racist john birch who caused all the trouble at ole miss. >> now he wants the united states to invade cuba. he's going all over the country attacking communism. >> you know walker is right here in dallas. >> no, he doesn't. >> yes, he does. >> really? what if someone killed hitler before he came to power? i ask you, how many lives could have been saved? >> anybody who bumps that bastard off will be doing the world a favor.
>> i wouldn't trade the confidence imposed on me by the american people if i had not warned you of communism and the peril facing this nation today. >> mr. oswald, why did you shoot general walker? general walker wanted to invade cuba and overthrow castro. he was a racist who was a threat to civil rights. mr. oswald, what do you say to those who will call you a murderer? in time they will see that i stopped a dangerous man on his rise to power. they will see me as a hero, as a hunter, a fascist. and long after i'm gone, they will remember this day as the day that changed the world forever. thank you, mr. oswald, you are a -- this is my office. >> of course. >> i know. it's late. you can't come in here. leave me alone.
[ speaking russian ] papa is going to be president some day. well, i could be. 20 years or so. >> how you be famous, huh? how you be president if you don't do anything. >> how do you think kennedy became president? his daddy bought it for him. >> hm. [ speaking russian ] >> hey. you know you're not supposed to say that about other men. it's not me. then your brother will be president.
i left you as much money as i could, $60 on the second of the month. you and the baby can live for another two months using $10 a week. taken prisoner, the city jail is located at the end of the bridge through which we always past pass on the way to the city. this is the key to the mailbox that's located in the post office in the city on herve street. this is five blocks from the drugstore on the street. i paid for the box last month, so don't worry about it. send information about what has happened to me to the embassy and send newspaper clippings should there be anything in the newspapers. i believe they would come to your assistance. i paid the house rent on 2-d. so don't worry about it. reisn'tly i paid the water and gas. money from work will possibly be coming. the address book can be found on the table in the study should
>> i had it. my name is perfect. i know it. i know it. >> i was happy to see in the end it worked out for you what happened. >> well, last six years i don't mean to throw stones at the man but well, we have no leadership. but we made room since the election. >> he's doing all right. except they've got a lot of organization on that side of the party hoo this is true. >> the way i see it, it looks like it can come down to texas
again. >> what is the plan? >> i prefer the governor. >> maybe i can host a dinner in austin. >> we do that, from san antonio and dallas? >> not dallas. you lost the hell out of dallas. i lost by 20,000. they just murdered all of us. >> dallas isn't safe. housewives came out of their houses to spit on me during the 60 campaign. >> november, a week before thanksgiving? >> okay. let's book it. >> lorena, dammit where i my
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>> the cuban people want castro as their leader. >> you fbi? >> i asked specifically to speak to an fbi agent. >> yes. this is supposed to be a free country. i was arrested for exercising my right to free speech. i've been here all night long. with disturbing the peace. >> i did not disturb the peace. i was attacked for my beliefs. >> you're pro castro? >> yes. >> who is aj yidel? >> the president of the
committee. >> yidel is someone you makeup. you tell fbi you want to name our baby yidel? all you do, all day. your job is cuba, cuba doesn't care about you. >> look at you. great man. genius. >> we're going back to texas. call that friend of yours. the one who you gave the russian lessons to. >> ruth? you no like ruth. >> she'll take care of you until the baby comes.
as soon as you get back to dallas -- >> get back to -- dallas. >> i need to go to cuba immediately. i have to. >> i explained you need a soviet visa. >> you're not listening to me. i have proven support to president castro. >> mr. oswold i am telling you -- >> i don't have money to stay in mexico for four months. >> i've been followed by the fbi
i wasn't ready to lose another one. >> it's not your fault. god called him back. my baby, patrick. we had him for two days. he was a beautiful baby. and he fought so hard. >> like a kennedy. >> well, you'll go away for two weeks. get out on the water. enjoy the greek islands. i want you to rest. and look at me.
i want you to be very careful around that onassis character, and then, i want you to come back to me. >> of course i will. i could never bear would be losing you. >> are you married? >> in. >> i mean, yes, i was married. >> this will be your room. >> thank you. >> mr. lee? you said? >> yes. >> make yourself comfortable. >> i contacted cia. he visited cuban embassy and maybe soviet embassy as well.
>> is he some kind of spy? >> i don't know what he is. >> i'll try to find this oswold fellow. >> ruth payne? >> yes? can i help you? >> i'm looking for lee lee oswold. >> please, come in. >> thank you. >> we became friends, i went to new orleans and brought her back here to have her baby. >> and mr. oswold is still in new orleans? >> no. >> is he here?
>> no. i won't allow that. >> do you know where he is? >> i should think he's at work. >> where does he work? >> at texas school book deposit preparatory. marina, this is fbi agent. >> our job is to protect you. >> did you find oswold? >> sort of. i know where he's working but i don't know where he's living. he'll show up sooner or later.
>> excuse me. mr.? is that a 6.5 italian? >> yes. >> is that a four power stroke? >> yes. it is. >> how did you get that good? >> practice. >> what? >> she wants to know if i had a play book already. >> i'll be there in just a moment. we won't have this problem if you would have let me live here. >> just mind your business marina. go.
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♪ [ music ] >> hey, jack. >> hey, harry how are you? >> looking at president kennedy. >> he should be shot. >> i like kennedy. don't say something like that. don't say anything about our beloved president. i love the president and mrs. kennedy. i love them both. >> what is wrong with you? what are you blind? >> sorry, mr. ruby. >> let's go. chop, chop. >> we allow a few minutes for
a ride any time you want. lee, you can use the room until friday. >> it's thursday. >> hi. >> i have come to see my girl. >> why are you here? >> i miss you. i miss our girls and i'm lonely. we can start over. you know? we can. i promise you, i'll be so different this time. >> you're never different. >> i can be for you. for you, i can be.
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kenneth o'donnell: they want to perform an autopsy. >> they want a formal apology. >> i'm not leaving without him, kenny. we have to take him home. i'm taking my husband, home with me. okay. i'll call a mortuary and get another set of clothes p the plane. >> no. no. i want them to see what they've done to jack.
>> what about mrs. kennedy? >> she won't leave. >> i won't leave without mrs. kennedy. i'll take her back. >> mr. president, can we release the news to the press? >> no. i better get back to the plane before you announce it. >> from dallas, texas, the flash official. president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time. some 38 minutes ago. vice president johnson has left the hospital and presumably will be taking the oath of office shortly and become the 36th president of the united states.
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>> what is your name? i asked you, where have you been? >> sir? >> special agent james -- >> i know who you are. you're the man who has been accosting my wife. >> i asked you questions. >> you have questions you can ask me. leave her alone. ask me. >> as a matter of fact i have a lot of questions for you. let's begin with mexico city. >> i don't know what you're talking about and i'm done talking to you. fbi caused me to lose every job i have ever had. >> that is enough, boy.
he is unconscious at this time, now being moved. he's not moving. >> the accused assassin of the president and slayer of officer tipet, 24 year old lee harvey oswald also went to his grave today in a secret, almost unattended funeral at fort worth. >> shooting would forever seal his lips and may have prevented police of getting the full story of what was behind the assassination of the president of the united states. >> we don't have any pall bearers. come on, boys.
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>> president-elect donald trump sounding off on a recount effort, and now claiming that he would have won by more if millions hadn't voted illegally. i'm laura in for harris faulkner, and this is the fox report. mr. trump on had i way back to new york city tonight, after spending the long thanksgiving holiday weekend with his family in florida. but before he left, he unleashed on twitter, saying, "in addition to winning the electoral college in a land slide, i won the popular vote. if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally." now, we should note, mr. trump did not elaborate on what illegal voting he was referring